Projects

  • Ancor 2nd clone test

    Tasks related to the openSUSE Leap 42.3 release

  • Ancor clone test

    Testing the cloning failure

  • invis-server

    invis-Servers are openSUSE leap-based server systems for small and smallest businesses. They offer a rich set of functions which start with network organization, user management, vpn access and end with useful applications such as groupware, ERP solution and wiki system. Ease of use, low resource requirements and adequate functional scope are the decisive criteria for development. With the release of Samba4 including Active Directory, invis servers have been completely switched from Samba3 / OpenLDAP to Samba4 with Active Directory. ...

  • openQA Project

    openQA design and implementation - This project is primarily for tracking issues related to the development of os-autoinst backends (https://github.com/os-autoinst/os-autoinst) and the openQA webUI and schedular (https://github.com/os-autoinst/openQA)

    SUSE Linux Enterprise & openSUSE Test Development is tracked in the "openQA Tests" subproject...

  • openSUSE admin

    All the things about the openSUSE infrastructure

    • Provo

      Managing the openSUSE Provo infrastructure.

  • openSUSE Board

    Everything you need to know about the openSUSE Board and what we're currently working on

  • openSUSE Conference 2015
    Organization of **oSC15** in The Hague - Netherlands. 1 to 4 May 2015

    We use the issues in this project to keep track of the tasks. The documents are used to suggest announcements. Every two weeks we have project meetings on the opensuse-project channel on freenode....

  • openSUSE Release Process

    This project collects and tracks tasks related to the release process of openSUSE distributions ie TW and Leap. The tasks here are not specific to a concrete release. For tasks for a concrete release subprojects are created.

    Anyone willing to contribute time to openSUSE is welcome to pick tasks from the task list....

  • oST_Projects

    Projects that openSUSE Team at SUSE develops.

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